Juventus are keen to beat the likes of Inter and Atletico Madrid in their race to sign Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali.
The 19-year-old has been a revelation in recent years, becoming a key part of the Brescia squad while also earning a call up to the national team.
Sky Italia journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that Juve have been working for months to get Tonali and Fabio Paratici has followed the youngster for years.
The report suggests that Juve have been attentive to Tonali’s development over the years, dating back to his games in Serie B with the Biancazzurri.
Brescia Chairman Massimo Cellino is expected to ask at least €40m for the youngster and Juve are keen to arrange a deal as early as June 2020 by including players in any potential transfer.
Atletico Madrid are also reportedly interested in Tonali which may prompt the Bianconeri to push ahead with agreeing a deal – They are in the front row for now but are well aware that they face stuff competition from across Europe.